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2010-01-21 collophore [en] collophore pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 troglobite [en] troglobite pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 detritivore [en] detritivore pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 mynah bird [en] mynah bird pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 musk [en] musk pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 Mandrill [en] Mandrill pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 ringtail [en] ringtail pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 pseudocone [en] pseudocone pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 inability [en] inability pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 short-tail [en] short-tail pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 dormouse [en] dormouse pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 orangutan [en] orangutan pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 pony [en] pony pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 seastar [en] seastar pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 mite [en] mite pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 daytona [en] daytona pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 segment [en] segment pronunciation 1 votes
2010-01-21 antennal [en] antennal pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 labium [en] labium pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 sclerite [en] sclerite pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 apterous [en] apterous pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 pseudopupil [en] pseudopupil pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 basal [en] basal pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 biomimetic [en] biomimetic pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 microlens [en] microlens pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 spermatophore [en] spermatophore pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 excite [en] excite pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 ommatidium [en] ommatidium pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 diptera [en] diptera pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 rhabdomere [en] rhabdomere pronunciation 0 votes

User's info

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada in 1971. I have a Ph.D in biological sciences, specifically genetics and cell biology.

I try to pronounce words as I would in everyday speech rather than fully enunciated. I speak with a West/Central Canadian accent. It is rhotic (final "R" pronounced), I pronounce cot-caught and Mary-merry-marry the same. I also speak with a Canadian Rising -- the vowel sound of "house" and "houses" is different and is the source of the amusing (yet incorrect) belief that Canadians pronounce "out and about" as "oot and aboot"; Wikipedia has a good article on this.

Sex: Male

Accent/country: Canada

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